A while back I noticed that the Valve Complete Pack, a collection of some of the most popular games produced by Valve, was on sale in the Steam market. The only thing that stopped me from purchasing it was the fact that I already owned a few games in the bundle individually, so I felt like I was over paying. I'm sure some of you have also experienced something like this but fret not, as Valve have once again saved the day.
Valve have made it so that if you are looking into purchasing a bundle of games and you happen to already own a few games in that bundle, instead of paying full price you will be able to purchase the bundle at a discount. This then terminates the flat fee associated with bundles so that you can "complete" the bundle without purchasing the same game multiple times, which in turn saves you lots of money.
An example of the new system can be viewed by checking out the Steam page for the Valve Complete Pack. In my personal case, the Valve Complete Pack will currently cost me $84.61 CAD because I already own CS:GO and L4D2. It's not known yet if this same system is enabled for other packs on the Steam Market as of now, but after taking a quick look around, it seems as if this system is enabled for most Valve games. Unfortunately I couldn't check for other games.
What do you think? Is this new sales system something you've been dying for? Leave your thoughts below!
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